- Copied 1958 (originally created [ca. 1910-1939]) (Creation)
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Charles Paul Pantaleon "Pant" Schmidt, 1881-1952, was born at St. Laurent de Grandin, Saskatchewan. He began work at Duck Lake for the Department of Indian Affairs in 1911 and transferred to Calgary, Alberta as Inspector of Indian Agencies in 1936. He and his wife, Rose Delima Boucher, 1882-1971, had eleven children including Gilles, 1907-1968, Camille (Genest), Henri, 1914-ca. 1985, Ovide, 1913-1980, J. Albert, 1918-1999, Antonin, ?-1999, Yvonne (Saucier) 1905-ca. 1985, Irene, 1906-ca. 1985, Leona R. (Morrow), 1912-1994, Therese (Deacon), and Adrien. He retired in 1946.
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The fonds consists of photographs of Alberta natives touring Australia (1939), Roman Catholic Missions at Fort Vermilion and Fort Chipewyan, Alberta (1925-1935), and Oblate priests (ca. 1910).
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The material is in English.
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Originals held by Rose Schmidt.
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Monday, April 25, 2016